Wine Tourism Has Not Developed Full Potential in Bulgaria Yet

Wine Tourism Has Not Developed Full Potential in Bulgaria Yet

Eng. Krasimir Koev, head of the Executive Agency on Vine and Wine, spokein an interview with FOCUS News Agency about the European Day of Wine Tourism, which is held for the first time in Bulgaria's second-biggest city of Plovdiv.
“Bulgaria has century-old traditions in wine production and wine tourism as a sector has not yet developed its full potential in the country,” he said.
“After we develop it [the potential], more tourists and wine lovers will visit Bulgaria and have the chance to become familiar with our wine that has century-old traditions here and worldwide. We hail this idea; all natural landmarks, historical and church monument that have not been visited and developed enough will be made popular through it,” Koev pointed out.
He added this would additionally stimulate the economy and promote Bulgaria and tourism in general.
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